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... to make our flight to our last destination. Our anniversary day consisted of a looottt of travel time and hours of driving.
Today when we were racing the clock (which usually wins) and trying to catch our flight, while traveling through awful construction, down hours of dirt roads, passing severe poverty, and not eating because we didn’t have time to stop, I took a few minutes during the clock race and thought back on our year of ...
... It has a grocery section that has a great selection of food. I bought some new skirts, shirts, and flats. I wasn’t really informed of how to dress for work, and I didn’t bring enough to wear without being severely underdressed. I also got another towel, and some food. I bought 3 reusable grocery bags because they were sturdy, and because at other grocery stores they charge you for plastic bags. It was getting dark, so I headed for the train. I went home and ...
... s 7s but Heinz was feeling a bit hungover and chose to go as a passenger with Mike! Along the way we collected another fiend, Sean, who has an unnamed Sevenesque car! Sean was Mike's architect for the house he built tin Cape Town. We set off for Greyton which is a small dusty and trendy village in the middle of nowhere some 1.5 hours drive west of CT. We went via an address in Somerset West where Mike wanted to look at a ...
... the front spotting the seals before we headed home and they went off to the beach.
Lunch was spent in a nice cafe in Camps Bay and then it was a quiet afternoon just chilling and doing some minumal preparations for our 'Brussels Comes to Cape Town' Christmas party.
Unfortunately, one set of friends don't arrive until the 24th and some others until the 28th but it ...
Because our shark diving was cancelled for this morning due to high winds and tides, we had a free day. After a late and leisurely breakfast (8ish), Pam, Cam, Trish, Sherri and I walked down to the waterfront to see about jet boating. We talked to 'Captain Ron' and decided to go. He went to get the boat then asked us to come back in 30 minutes as he had to gas up. We did and then around noon buckled up our life jackets and climbed aboard for a 60 minute ride. ...